The results of the first national survey to investigate research integrity in Australia indicate broad support for mandatory research integrity training.
The National Association of Testing Authorities has seen a jump in interest from laboratories seeking accreditation for testing for Japanese encephalitis virus.
The Hub is set to support world-class research, innovation, collaboration and commercialisation in the space sector.
Have you ever wondered why we can trust the clean water coming out of our taps? The results of your blood test? That it's actually a litre when you fill up?
CytoCell University aims to partner with scientists to provide innovative and expert training on the basics of fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH).
The webinar will explore the fundamentals for researchers taking their first steps into establishing a single-cell workflow in their lab.
The NSW Health Commercialisation Training Program is a free training program for NSW-based biotech and medtech professionals and academics.
Launched by CSIRO and accredited by NATA, the new facility has the capacity to provide a rapid turnaround on surgical face mask testing.
Airepure Australia (a Camfil Group company) NATA certified technicians are accredited to perform various compliance tests to validate cleanrooms to meet Australian Standard specifications, ISO cleanroom classifications and relevant state or industry requirements.
With major audits conducted in laboratories every two to four years, assessors are tasked with checking all necessary documentation to ensure accreditation is maintained.
To assist in helping customers achieve a safe working environment when it comes to storing and using gases, BOC has launched flexible online e-learning packages.
The Amgen Foundation, in partnership with the University of Sydney, has launched the Amgen Biotech Experience (ABE) in Australia as part of a global $10.5 million investment in science education.
Public health officials in several US states have identified an outbreak of Salmonella Typhimurium infections linked to various clinical, commercial, and college and university teaching microbiology laboratories.
Ai Group and CSIRO have partnered together in a program to increase the number of industry professionals showcasing real-life science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) skills and careers in Australian schools.
A new training program for Australia's future marine scientists is set to transform CSIRO's science research vessel, the RV Investigator, into a floating classroom.